D-Subtitler
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Extract subtitles from DVD and place in a .srt file.   Free
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D-Subtitler is a little software which let you extract subtitles of your DVD and put it in a .srt file (which is compatible with Mplayer, Video Lan and the majority of Divx Player).

To use D-Subtitler, you have to rip your DVD in your hard drive (to remove CSS protection). You can rip it in VIDEO_TS folder or in a big .vob file. Open the result of the rip with D-Subtitler, choose the subtitle track to extract and click on the green button.

Warning : With some DVD, when you work with D-Subtitle from a VIDEO_TS folder, the subtitles track is not completely extracted. To
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later







  • MPlayer
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  • iSubtitle
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  • Subler
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Turquoise commented on 03 Nov 2013
As a Christmas gift, I want this app to be upgraded and made compatible with Mavericks.
[Version 1.0]


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Mr_ababa reviewed on 08 Dec 2011
Doesn't work in OS X Lion....

Obviously
[Version 1.0]


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Wailet Slim commented on 14 Jun 2010
I tried D-Subtitler 1.0.
It simply did not work. When the program finished extracting the subtitles from the dvd, I get a blank page. Nog text at al!
When I use the preview window before extracting, I see no subtitles.
[Version 1.0]

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Neil_m replied on 02 Jan 2011
"When I use the preview window before extracting, I see no subtitles."
- At this point you use the options and invert until the subtitles ARE visible.
Then you process the DVD. You have help it find the key colour.
This app does absolutely work. I use it regularly.
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Zeebie reviewed on 24 Jan 2010
Does simply not work.
[Version 1.0]

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Neil_m replied on 02 Jan 2011
Absolutely does work.
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Pneshati replied on 24 Jan 2011
Yeah, this does work, except when the subtitles are italicized.

MacLife wrote a guide to using this. Pay attention to Section 4, "The Right Setting."

http://www.maclife.com/article/howtos/soften_your_dvd_rip_subtitles
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mrtn commented on 04 Mar 2007
Make it UB please.
[Version 1.0]


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Earth_Collapse commented on 23 Aug 2006
Basically, I used this program running tiger, which might be the reason it's so screwy. When it attempted to convert the Image files to text, it did an awful job. Would take me days to edit the final .srt file.

If you want to add .srt files to movies, just use FFMPEGX, the greatest video converting program for mac out there. It does an excellent job.
[Version 1.0]


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Jeff-H. reviewed on 24 Jun 2006
This is just a great, straight-forward, easy to use, program!
[Version 1.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 29 Sep 2005
Would you make this software able to turn off OCR processing and save subpictures as image files? If you do, there would be no need for SubRip. It's fantastic if we don't need to use SLOW SubRip on VirtualPC.
[Version 1.0]

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Pedro-Fardilha replied on 09 May 2006
Yes please!!
This, instead of OCR, would be sooo great!!
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Anonymous reviewed on 16 Jul 2005
made a quick test under 10.3.9 and it worked as expected. finally an easy way to make srt files on the mac.

merci!
[Version 1.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 15 Jul 2005
Unfort. it seems not to work quite good under Tiger.
Problem: After validated some text in sub stream it seems to go to dead stop (Not quit)
Could you please fix this ?
[Version 1.0]

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Objectifmac (developer) replied on 16 Jul 2005
I only use Tiger and my beta testers too so it's not a Tiger problem.

If you can send me a mail to explain me the problem...
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Desert Rat commented on 27 Dec 2005
I'm actually having a similar problem - It goes on for a while, then asks to validate some characters, then continues with a message saying "converting pictures to text" and the little spinner goes, but the progress bar just sticks at about 3/4 done. I'm trying to pull the subtitles out of a single VOB file ripped to my hard drive.
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levdr had trouble on 31 Dec 2007
I recently downloaded D-Subtitler, tried it out, and like it very much. After extracting quite a few subs, I quit the application. Today, I noticed that something was draining my CPU and it turned out to be D-Subtitler. Although I had shut it down a few days ago, the application was still somehow active and taking up 96, 97 % of my CPU. I tried to uninstall it by simply dragging it to the bin, but of course it wouldn't empty since it 'was in use'. I finally force quit it in ActivityMonitor. So, anybody know what was going on? I'm on an Intel iMac, using Tiger.
[Version 1.0]


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Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Free
Date:15 Jul 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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D-Subtitler is a little software which let you extract subtitles of your DVD and put it in a .srt file (which is compatible with Mplayer, Video Lan and the majority of Divx Player).

To use D-Subtitler, you have to rip your DVD in your hard drive (to remove CSS protection). You can rip it in VIDEO_TS folder or in a big .vob file. Open the result of the rip with D-Subtitler, choose the subtitle track to extract and click on the green button.

Warning : With some DVD, when you work with D-Subtitle from a VIDEO_TS folder, the subtitles track is not completely extracted. To fix this problem, you must rip the DVD in a single vob file (OSex or YadeX).


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